Tuesday, June 2, 2009

My New Tomica Collection

Tomica #66 Yanmar Combine AJ218 Construction Vehicle
This vehicle come with with some stickers. It is difficult ti stick as specially the driver control dash board. The are two movable parts on this vehicle, the rotational rubber belt, and the front feeding scope(up & down)





The Honda Freed is a Mini MPV produced by the Japanese automaker Honda for its domestic market since 2008 and is a replacement for the Honda Mobilio. The Freed is based on the Honda Jazz/Fit platform. Three different versions of the Freed are offered: a seven-passenger version featuring captain’s seats in the second row; an eight-passenger version; and a five-passenger version which offers a large cargo space. Honda has also stated that a wheelchair-accessible model is offered in addition to versions with a side lift-up seat and passenger lift-up seat. The Freed is equipped with a 1.5L engine with 118 horsepower.
On the 21st of March 2009, the Freed was launched in Indonesia, the second country to be offered after Japan. It will be assembled at Honda's Karawang Plant and will be exported to other ASEAN markets.

As for this #84 Tomica Honda Freed look like normal paint, but it wasn't. After I took a picture of it on close range, I find the metallic blue different. This MPV come with a movable rear cover.

This Freed do have high defect on the left front lamp. Not sure what went wrong on the mold alignment.







Tomica #127 Van Shop MIKAMI Tentmushi & Coro
I like this cute Van Shop by it looks. The only movable thing is the roof of the van.

With this colour I think it should be good to sell Milo.






This is a heavy piece of construction vehicle. The movable thing on this Sakai is the Long feeding rail and a rolling spike wheel under the truck.




Here is some of my carded Tomica collection, some was local toy store & some from out station.

1 comment:

Janus Lu said...

Wow! Nice haul bro. I am more interested into that 2 little construction vehicle. I don't think i have seen them appear in Malaysia ... :P